Farr, a native of Hillsborough, Calif., scored the winning overtime goal to beat No. 11 Towson, 8-7, on Friday, and then caused a turnover and had the ground ball that led to the overtime winner at No. 14 Georgetown, 11-10, on Sunday.
In three games during the week, including a 19-5 win at Fresno State, Farr had four goals, one assist, 10 ground balls, eight draw controls, and caused two turnovers. Farr’s winner against Towson came with one second before the first overtime half and stood up as the winner.
Munoz, from Crofton, Md., made a crucial save in overtime to help Stanford win at Georgetown. With the score tied in the first overtime, Georgetown drew a free-position, but Munoz made the save to keep Stanford alive, and the Cardinal won in the second overtime.
Munoz had eight saves in that game, and nine against Towson, for 17 total saves of 34 shots faced on the East Coast.
Farr, Munoz, and the rest of the Cardinal return to action in its MPSF home opener March 22 against Saint Mary’s at noon.